Lecture Notes for BIOL 1105 - Principles of Biology at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Review Sheet
Class:BIOL 1105 - Principles of Biology
Subject:Biological Sciences
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2008
  • Hydrophillic
  • Living Will
  • Cytoskeleton
  • Functions of Proteins
  • Cell Theory
  • Molecular Motors
  • Polypeptides
  • Other Molecules
  • Differences
  • Synthesizing
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Dr. Mike Rosenzweig - Bio 1105, Exam1 Review The intention of this review is to pose questions pertaining to the lecture material regarding concepts that WILL be on the exam. Use the following questions to guide you through your review. This review assumes that you have already studied. Draw, diagram, and describe to help you review your studies. (Research shows that this is a good time to practice by visualizing ... diagraming, etc., and speaking out loud to yourself or others). The questions on the concept reviews will be good to go over as they WILL be on the exam. You should be able to answer the question. . .What are the basic needs of all living things and what are the common characteristics of all living systems? Describe characteristics of populations of living things? How do biologists identify, classify, and name living things ... what is/are the basis for this process? What distinguishes organic from inorganic? What is metabolism...what are examples? What are the groups of nutrient chemicals? Wha...

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